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  • Courts and Law

    The trial of Netone CEO and ex-board member deferred to next year

    THE trial of suspended NetOne chief executive, Lazarus Muchenje and ex-board member Paradzai Mutandwa Chakona was yesterday deferred to next year as the witness, Ms Susan Muchaneta Mutangadura, was said to have travelled outside the country on a SADC related business. Ms Mutangadura is the acting NetOne Board chairperson. Muchenje and Chakona are charged with criminal abuse of office. Harare…

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  • Africa & World

    Islamic State-linked insurgents gain ground in Mozambique

    IN the densely forested, oil-and-gas-rich northeast corner of Mozambique, a local Islamic insurgency has steadily escalated with a growing allegiance to the Islamic State and the arrival of foreign fighters using operational techniques similar to those from conflicts in Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq. Insurgents decapitated as many as 50 people in attacks on several villages earlier this month in Cabo…

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  • Politics

    SADC piles pressure on USA

    MAPUTO, Mozambique – Chairperson of the Southern African Development Community, President Filipe Nyusi of Mozambique, has said sanctions imposed on Zimbabwe must be removed immediately as this is good for the region and the world at large. Today’s Anti-Sanctions Day is turning out to be one of the world’s most emphatic diplomatic blitzkriegs, as several Heads of State from around…

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